‘The future isn’t what it used to be’. Every institution and social process in the modern world is the end-product of some innovation that happened in history. This is why the present is different from the past, but why did those innovations occur in the first place? Why do we so often encourage innovation, when we know its effects will almost always be unexpected and disruptive?
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower” – Steve Jobs. The most successful businesses in the world are those that stay ahead of the curve and continue to innovate. This network event will help you bring to light how can you start to think disruptively and identify what tools and techniques can help with this.
The Northern Ireland Technology Centre in Belfast is hosting this event and there will be an opportunity to see the systems they have in place for welding and cutting, and to discuss the services they can offer particularly in TRL stages 7-9 where expert know-how can enable automation and innovative manufacturing solutions to make industry more competitive.
The 22nd Annual Meeting of the Irish Society of Human Genetics - Promoting research and education in the field of human genetics and providing a forum for those professionally involved in human genetics and molecular medicine. Bringing together the clinical and research human genetics communities in Ireland, and provides delegates an opportunity to present, discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities associated with human genetics in Ireland.
Freshwalks: Belfast x Manchester Welcome to Freshwalks. As part of our late-September Belfast Tour, I invite all of our friends and business contacts in Belfast to join our 20-strong Manchester delegation for a social event at the Babel rooftop bar and garden. It promises to be a fun, informal evening consisting of a [...]
HealthTech Connect is a secure online system for identifying and supporting health technologies (including devices, diagnostics, and digital) as they move from inception to adoption in the UK health and care system. It has been available for use since its full launch on 29 April 2019 and is designed to [...]
The Northern Ireland Roadshow, an OWL (Optimised Waste & Logistics) event is designed to help both local authority and private waste operators understand the benefits of the very latest vehicles and technologies. This exciting event is supported by CIWM, CILT, FORS & LAPV Magazine and many other business partners. CILT will award 3 CPD hours for attendance at this event.
Come join us for what has become the highlight of the Northern Ireland business calendar. Together with more than 700 business executives, entrepreneurs, investors and student innovators you will enjoy an amazing evening of networking, great food, elevator pitches, presentation of Invent awards and the announcement of the Innovation Founder 2019.
This session will inform you how the practice of Lean In circles can work within the corporate workplace to improve diversity and inclusion. This event will be of interest to employees wanting to effect change in their company, as well as D&I professionals or senior managers wanting to learn to improve their current offerings.
Ready Steady Grow! 2019 is the best opportunity for entrepreneurs, investors and business advisers to meet and share knowledge on all the exciting funding options and growth financing for start ups and SMEs. Here at The MAC in Belfast we are bringing together small businesses, investors, funders, entrepreneurs and business advisers - all in one place to hear expert opinion from SME industry experts.
Returning now for its 7th year, delegates to Big Data Belfast 2019 will hear from leading data and analytics experts and best-in-class data-driven organisations. This one-day event will feature live demos, breakout sessions and a chance to hear the unique perspective of business and technology leaders.